Pentax KP Camera

Jan 27, 2017

Category: Tech

Don’t let those demanding conditions get the best of you and your photography. The all new Ricoh Pentax KP DLSR camera is here with some outstanding new technology that will make shooting in near darkness a labor-less task and even allow the camera to function without any worry in temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit.

It’s all thanks in part to their new 24 Megapixel APS-C sensor capable of a maximum ISO of 819,200. That’s enough to get you shooting high-quality photos in some serious low lighting environments without the need for an obtrusive flash. It also features a 5-axis shake reduction system that will compensate for camera shakes up to five steps (the first APS-C camera of its kind), pixel shift resolution technology, and an LCD that’s vertically tilted to assist in both high and low-level shooting. Take on the trail, document you’re never-ending journeys abroad, or shoot product photography like never before. Just be sure to pack your camera case before heading out. [Purchase]

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